The Unmaking The Rayne Whitmore Series Rayne Whit has a clear image of who she is and the type of life she wants She s wealthy with an attractive girlfriend designer heels should be the extent of her worries Yet after Rayne s father

  • Title: The Unmaking (The Rayne Whitmore Series, #1)
  • Author: Alanna J. Faison
  • ISBN: 9780615961385
  • Page: 257
  • Format: Paperback
  • Rayne Whit, 19, has a clear image of who she is and the type of life she wants She s wealthy with an attractive girlfriend designer heels should be the extent of her worries Yet, after Rayne s father opens her eyes to what it takes to keep their family and his company safe, she begins to question the cost of the dangerous game he plays Unable to process the darkerRayne Whit, 19, has a clear image of who she is and the type of life she wants She s wealthy with an attractive girlfriend designer heels should be the extent of her worries Yet, after Rayne s father opens her eyes to what it takes to keep their family and his company safe, she begins to question the cost of the dangerous game he plays Unable to process the darker side of her father s business, Rayne hides out at her girlfriend, Selene s house, unknowingly sparing herself from a gruesome fate In order to protect Rayne, Selene must reveal her own true nature as well as help Rayne deal with the fact that this world is full of powerful supernaturals Rayne must now make a decision hide forever from the truth or seek power so that she will never feel weak again.

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    One thought on “The Unmaking (The Rayne Whitmore Series, #1)”

    1. I feel like I am searching Kindle Unlimited, trying to find a lesfic paranormal book with the quality of The One Who Eats Monsters. My search has not been going as well as I hoped. This book was okay, and I will probably read book 2, but I was not wowed. To be honest the book starts off awful. I hated the beginning. The main character Rayne is a 19 year-old spoiled, materialistic little thing. We have to hear all about living in a mansion and the cars, all the money and wait staff. How beautiful [...]

    2. Rayne Whitmore had an extremely privileged life – not without issues, but with a loving family, immense wealth and a girlfriend, Selene, who loves her. But this comfortable life is shaken badly when she sees what terrible things her father has to do to preserve it.But it’s only the beginning – the retaliation brings demons to her family’s door and leaves Rayne devastated, grieving and lost with the knowledge that monsters and magic still exist. Only Selene is there to offer comfort – a [...]

    3. The book was a decent enough story. It is a well crafted world, but there are some broad stereotypes used. The werewolves are pretty much what you expect. The Immortals are basically petulant children.Oh, and basically Rayne can't fight her way out of a paper bag. Every single opponent she faces one on one kicks her ass. The only fights she wins are the ones she has help. And she is supposed to be a mortal champion. Whoo hoo.So full of hate and anguish and worthless I really don't care about her [...]

    4. Biracial lesbian protagonist in a supernatural world. I should have loved this book, but the grammar & punctuation was so distracting that I just couldn't enjoy the story. The author shows promise & I hope she finds a good editor so I can try reading one of her future books.

    5. Waiting on the 2ndI love this but I want the Rayne and Selene together and I hope Zara gets Sage can be together.

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